If you are among the 10 million Americans who have osteoporosis (also called bone loss), you are at special risk for suffering a weakening of the hips, spine, wrists and other bones. That can lead to painful fractures, spinal curvature and loss of mobility. Fortunately, early diagnosis and treatment can help prevent fractures, decrease pain and minimize further bone loss.
The osteoporosis experts at the Allegheny Health Network Orthopaedic Institute can help you to manage your symptoms and enjoy a higher quality of life. We give you every available treatment option, including medications, hormone replacement therapies, rehabilitation and surgery.
You can count on our team to coordinate your personalized treatment plan every step of the way. We will be there to support your challenges, keep your spirits up, listen to your concerns and strengthen your overall well-being.
Why the Orthopaedic Institute?
Expertise and teamwork
Our team is recognized as a major referral center for people who suffer from bone loss. What makes our team so effective is its multidisciplinary approach to treating osteoporosis. We bring together orthopaedic surgeons, orthopaedists, rheumatologists, physiatrists, dietitians, physical and occupational therapists, nurses and other specialists to tailor a treatment plan that addresses all of your needs.
Personalized care and attention
At the Orthopaedic Institute, compassion and values are just as critical as treatments and cures. Our doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals promote an environment where you feel like you are their only patient. You will be surrounded by a dedicated team who will make your care, comfortable, compassionate and reassuring.
Our researchers are searching for ways to better treat and prevent osteoporosis. You may also be eligible to enroll in one of our newest clinical trials.
Care close to home
We know how important time is to you. For your comfort and convenience, you can see osteoporosis specialists at a variety of Allegheny Health Network hospitals, as well as at a growing number of outpatient clinics.
Find out more about this specialty at a location near you.
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